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Saturday, July 9th 2011, 6:50pm

by servicetechMA

check out some 1'' swing joints,they are pretty nice parts. 1/2'' on a falcon just isnt right lol

Tuesday, July 5th 2011, 2:15am

by Mitchgo

yeah with 1" fittings and enough water pressure and supply to handle the heads. That's the ticket!

Tuesday, July 5th 2011, 1:19am

by turtlejumper

rainbird falcon 6504

I put in 4 falcon 6504 rotors. They push the limit of my system and are at the end of > 200 ft of PVC Pipe. I know I have some presssure drop by connecting them with 1/2 inch funny pipe (they have a 1 " female connection). Is there a better way to connect them to my system that will allow less pressure drop?